For the past 12 months, global energy markets have been roiled by geopolitical conflict and instability, rising post-COVID demand, and efforts by many developed countries to speed their transition to a less carbon-intensive energy matrix. The United States has not been immune from these phenomena, nor has it been passive in its response. The enormous energy potential of the US, in both hydrocarbons and renewable energy, place the country in a privileged position to respond to turmoil in energy markets and to put forward a viable vision of the future.
Join us on March 29 for a conversation with Angelina LaRose, Assistant Administrator of the Energy Information Administration focused on the outlook for US and global energy markets in the face of the transition. As Assistant Administrator, Ms. LaRose directs the EIA’s energy modeling program, which supports the EIA’s forecasts and projections. Angelina also manages the topical analyses that EIA produces that span a range of fuels and activities.
Wahba Institute for Strategic Competition
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Environmental Change and Security Program
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